This is what happens when you take all the context out of GBBO

A Twitter account has done just that: Filthy, frightening and down right funny.

What show on television is more harmless and inoffensive than the BBC’s Great British Bake Off? (Not mentioning the whole icing gate situation that happened last month, that is).

Since the show first aired back in 2010, it’s gone on to become a national treasure amongst the Great British public. Over 13 million viewers now tune in on a weekly basis to watch as the contestants attempt to beat, boil and bake their way to the all important final bake off.

Any die-hard GBBO fan will also know that the show is made all the more enjoyable when watched alongside viewers running (and often hilarious) innuendo led commentary on Twitter.

Well, one Twitter account has now decided to heat things up that bit further by taking all of the context out of the Great British Bake Off.

The results? Filthy, frightening and down right funny. Let’s take a look at some of the best tweets from @nocontextgbbo to date:

Erm, so we think the BBC and Ofcom might have something to say about this…

Poor old Rav was actually talking about his bread…

Never has sugar sniffing looked more suspicious…

Should drizzle even, urm, penetrate that deeply?

It was only a matter of time before cracks were mentioned…

And the same goes for soggy bottoms, of course…

Yes, Jesus did weep…

We’re not sure if this is filthy or frightening?

Frightening. We’re definitely going to go with frightening.

If we didn’t know any better we’d say it looks as though a bit of playground bullying has gone on here…

Though this changes things…

Ian has neither been seen or heard from since…

Last but by no means least, Tom is proving he is all of us…

As it happens, the folks behind @nocontextgbbo aren’t the only social media account out there dedicated to unearthing the double entendres to be found on the hit show. There’s also now a tumblr account that solely focuses on Mary Berry and her ever enchanting bite.

Yep, that’s right, Mary Berry Biting Into Things does actually exist. Don’t believe us? Take a look at a few of our favourite posts below and see for yourself.

We’re not entirely sure how much Mary is enjoying that…

We think Mary may have bitten off more than she can chew here…

If looks could kill…

Manners, Mary…

God bless the internet.

The Great British Bake Off continues at 8pm on Wednesday. Make sure you follow us at @marieclaireuk on Twitter as we live tweet alongside the show.

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